Published: ‘All the Lives We Ever Lived’ Finds Comfort in Mourning with Virginia Woolf (PopMatters)

My latest book review at PopMatters is of a bibliomemoir by Katharine Smyth: ALL THE LIVES WE EVER LIVED. It features one of my all-time favorite novels, TO THE LIGHTHOUSE, by Virginia Woolf. Smyth explores how the writing of this novel helped Woolf finally come to terms with the loss of her mother and how the reading of it helped Smyth through her own grief over losing her father.

Published: Interview at Literary Hub, Book Marks: Secrets of the Book Critics Series

I am thrilled, grateful, and humbled to join a wonderful set of book critics interviewed in this series at Literary Hub. I’ve learned from each one of them. And I so enjoyed answering the questions too. Of course, I cannot do any book-related discussion without mentioning Virginia Woolf and Zadie Smith. I only wish I’d managed to also work in Toni Morrison. Still, I gave shout-outs to a few other writers also who inspire me. Read the whole interview here.